Thanks Shaw. Even though most of my "for fun" sketches are digital, I still do most of my "real" design sketches on paper. Something about it I can't give up. Project stakeholders seem to respond to it differently as well. They just feel more human.
Thanks. We hadn't really done custom mirrors before this project. It is a nice opportunity to reflect the form work doing on in the bodywork. The next truck (different make and model) is in the build process now, and we did mirrors on that one as well. It is going to be pretty hot I think!
Even though the mirrors are old school and manual, this pic from the ME on the project gives you an idea of the complication to get the pivot resistance just right. The form break acts as a nice touchpoint when reaching out to adjust them.
Thanks fellas. Fun to share this stuff. I'm sorry I misuse the forum a bit. I don't really show in progress work in search of feedback. This is all long completed after months of implementation work. I just get excited to share it. Thanks for humoring me